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End of life matters – is this the ultimate Consultation?

October 17, 2016 By Article

Death and dying touches all our lives, and as I’ve got older I’ve had friends and relatives die at ages from 32 to 102. Under 70 has been rare but…

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7 days to STP submissions – are we all in this together?

October 14, 2016 By Article

Seven more days to go – and all over England in 44 ‘footprint’ areas, hugely significant plans are being submitted that can affect the NHS and social care in your…

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To Frack or not to Frack? That is the question…!

October 13, 2016 By Advice from Associates

It is always said that, “travel broadens the mind”. In the Institute we travel widely – both in the UK and much further afield.  This has greatly enhanced our appreciation…

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The latest trend in online consultation

October 12, 2016 By Advice from Associates

It’s not uncommon to want to consult on a refreshed strategy or policy – just last year a County Council in the East of England did so when considering a…

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FoI Request for Hampshire/IoW STP draft refused by NHS Improvement

October 10, 2016 Article

Last week, NHS Improvement rejected a Freedom of Information request to see a copy of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight draft STP plan. It did so by relying on…

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Council condemns health consultation

October 6, 2016

A town council is calling for a halt to the controversial consultation process involving the closure of four community hospitals across south Devon amid claims that it is misleading and…

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Redraw of electoral boundaries will ‘wreak havoc’

October 6, 2016

The massive shake-up of Northern Ireland’s electoral map could “wreak havoc” and is “bereft of common sense”, it has been claimed. On the eve of the first public hearing to…

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Social Listening in Public Consultations – How useful is it?

October 5, 2016 By Article

Imagine being in charge of analysing the data from a major public library consultation. Option 1 received 310 likes, 178 frowny faces, 96 wows. Option 2 received 459 likes, 312…

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Vision for Welsh local government revealed

October 4, 2016

WALES’S 22 councils should work together to deliver services in the age of austerity.That was the key message from Local Government Secretary Mark Drakeford as he outlined new proposals for…

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